1935 Reunion

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

I met my old roomates--Erin, Sharla, and Jen--from 1935 (the house number where so many great memories were made when we were all in our early twenties) tonight for dinner. Erin brought her little girl Natalie, who is now about 16 months, and I had Juniper--apparently, the two were very cute playing together on the floor while I was in the bathroom of Marco's . . . throwing up! During dinner, I started feeling incredibly nauseous, and by the time the waitress brought my salad, I was so sick I couldn't even bear to look at it. Dinner was cut short, this picture was quickly snapped (you can't tell by the picture, but I was so sick I could barely stand for the photo), and home I went, so sick I could barely walk up the front steps to our house! It was a long night, not just for me, but for Landon, who got up with Juniper. I was too sick to even sit up. By 3AM, I finally felt okay enough to have Landon bring her to me so I could nurse her back to sleep. It's not easy being sick, let alone sick with kids! Thank goodness I have a supportive husband and father. I don't know how single parents do it!


Kelli said...

The last time I was sick I also kept wondering how single parents do it. It was never more glaringly apparent how hard it must be as when I was sick. You're absolutely right- thank goodness for supportive husbands. : )

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